UBTS from Singapore (SG) is deploying a few cranes which are mainly used to load and unload the own transport combinations in the ports or in the storage yards. The largest cranes that UBTS is operating are two Tadano ATF 130G-5 mobile cranes.
It is a 130 tonne crane installed on a 5-axle carrier. The undercarriage is powered by a Mercedes-Benz OM 502 LA, an 8-cylinder diesel engine with a power of 405 kW (551 hp). This crane is equipped with the optional 10x8-drive line where the axles 1, 2, 4 and 5 are driven. Alla axles are steerable.
The outrigger base of the crane measuers 8.03 x 7.5 meters, or half 8.03 x 5 meters.
The 6-part main boom has a 12.8 meter base length and a maximum length of 60 meters.
In transport mode is the crane 14.85 meters long, 2.75 meters wide and 3.99 meters high.
The full counterweight of the crane weights 42.3 tonnes and has a 4.2 meter tailswing. During the transport over the road remains 7 tonnes of counterweight attached to the superstructure.
On the undercarriage is it possible to transport geometrically maximum 14.7 tonnes. The crane brings by itself maximum 21.7 tonnes of counterweight, the rest needs to be transported by truck.
The bi-fold swingaway jib is 10.2 or 18 meters long and in angle by hydraulics between 0 and 40 degrees adjustable.
A sharp and tough crane of UBTS.